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phr. We all are making dumplings together, which is quite interesting.
phr. Everyone left the store pleasantly.
phr. Everybody, please open (your) textbook.
phr. Her brightness is appreciated by everyone here.
phr. Generally everyone behaves very calm.
phr. An old man was knocked down, and everyone scrambled to send him to the hospital.
phr. The less notice she wants to get, the more she attracts others' notice.
phr. His political views get everyone's support.
phr. I hope all of you together obey this regulation.
phr. You can call me Jack.
phr. Don't all speak at once!
phr. Drink to everyone's health!
phr. Have you previewed the text in advance?
phr. He gets everybody's respect.
phr. Hello, everyone
phr. Everyone uses chopsticks to pick up the food.
phr. Now, everybody, rest for a while.
phr. We became good friends.
phr. Ms. Wang (a teacher), happy birthday! This is a gift from all of us.
phr. Everybody, don't speak at the same time.
phr. Everybody, please do not wait for me.
phr. Everyone, please look at the blackboard.
phr. Happy holiday everyone!
phr. Anyone has any other questions?
phr. Let me sing a song for everyone.